IN VIEW OF SOME CANDIDATES EXPERIENCING ISSUES WITH THEIR EUCLID STUDY APPLICATION, THE DEADLINE FOR APPLYING FOR THESE AWARDS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FRIDAY MARCH 8TH
For 2013/14 entry, the School is introducing generous new Master’s Scholarships for our programmes in History, Classics, and Archaeology.
The new School Master’s Scholarships will cover fees and a stipend of £5000, and 6 will be available to outstanding candidates across all our programmes. You can apply online throught the Scholarships and Student Funding Services website now! Below, you can find a list of links to other sources of Master's funding. However, remember that this is not a complete list, and that there may be many other specialized sources of awards listed on the University’s Scholarships page or indeed unknown to us.
Master’s funding is exceptionally competitive, and strong candidates are advised to apply for all possible funding for their project. If you do not apply for an award, you cannot win it.
Your application will be considered in conjunction with your academic qualifications and two academic references taken from your application for study in EUCLID. Applicants must ensure that this supporting documentation has been uploaded to EUCLID in advance of the deadline for submitting funding applications. Funding is highly competitive and academic references are an important factor in determining whether you succeed.
Applicants for the MSc programmes in Forensic Anthropology, Human Osteoarchaeology and Osteorchaeology Eligible postgraduate students can apply to SAAS for a "Postgraduate Tuition Fee Loan" (PTFL) to help with the cost of their fees (up to £3,400 for full-time students and up to £1,700 for part-time students)..
This article was published on Mar 5, 2013